As a black man living in Georgia, I am all too aware of the state’s history of lynching.
Last month, I walked across the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst to get to work. It was an ordinary stroll. But to a bystander, the sight of an … Continue reading →
We should end mass incarceration laws and spend the savings on education and social welfare programs. In some ways, the term “mass incarceration” is a misnomer. The term immediately conjures … Continue reading →